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--Our citizens will nave an opportunity this evening of witnessing a repetition of Dumas' great work, the --Three Guardsmen," performed a few nights since with great applause. In addition to the above, will be enacted the interesting meld-drama, called the "Broken Sword." Both pieces are sensational, and must draw.

At Mechanics' Hall, to-night, Sanderson opens with his Panorama of the Russian War, which was very popular with all classes of amusement-seekers two years ago. As it has in no wise deteriorated in interest, it must have a good run.

A similar luxury awaits amusement-seekers at the Metropolitan, where Terrent's "Gigantic Mechanical Work of Art," representing scenes of the Russian campaign, will be produced, to be followed by a brilliant chemical extravaganza, entitled "The Fairy Grotto."

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